Person:James Curry (29)

Col. James Curry
b.29 JAN 1751/52 Near Belfast, Ireland
d.5 JUL 1834
m. ABT 1749
  1. Robert Curryabt 1749 - aft 1792
  2. Daughter3 CurryBET 1750 AND 1761 -
  3. Daughter2 CurryBET 1750 AND 1761 -
  4. Daughter1 CurryBET 1750 AND 1761 -
  5. Col. James Curry1751/52 - 1834
  6. Polly CurryBET 1762 AND 1775 -
  7. John CurryBET 1762 AND 1775 -
  8. Susannah Curry1762 - 1827
  9. Rebecca CurryBET 1765 AND 1775 - 1824
m. 20 November 1784
  1. Capt. James A. Curry1787 -
Facts and Events
Name Col. James Curry
Gender Male
Birth? 29 JAN 1751/52 Near Belfast, Ireland
Marriage 20 November 1784 Virginiato Mary Magdalena Burns
Death? 5 JUL 1834
Vital Records

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James Curry, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Records of James Curry, Jr. in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 449.-(undated, appears to be abt. March 1777) - 170 acres on Thorny Branch joining the plantation whereon Thomas Waddle now (18th March, 1777) lives, formerly possessed by Banj. Copeland and the Plantation of Ralph Lofftus, formerly possessed by William Cunningham. Teste: James Curry, Jr.
  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 21, 1791. - (432) Mathews vs. Isabella Burns, executrix of Robert Burns, James Curry, and Mary, his wife, Asher Waterman, and Sarah, his wife, and Margaret Cunningham Burns, infant--Chancery.